Wellfleet and Truro, Massachusetts Friends of Herring River
Wellfleet and Truro, Massachusetts
Herring River in Wellfleet, MA

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Release of the Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

 

The release of the final EIR initiates a 30-day review period pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA).. The purpose of this review is to confirm that the EIR was appropriately revised in response to the MEPA scope, which consolidates state agencies’ comments on the Draft EIR.

 

Please note that this notice and review period is independent from the federal notice and publication process for the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The federal process will be initiated by the publication of National Park Service and Environmental Protection Agency Federal Register Notices. The latter notice will initiate a 30-day no action period. Following this no action period, a federal Record of Decision may be signed.

 

Click here to view the Environmental Impact Report 

 

 

Flyover of the Herrinng River Estuary

 

A five minute Flyover of the Herring River Estuary is now on a YouTube Video. It was produced by Roland Duhaime at the University of Rhode Island with help from FHR Board Member, John Portnoy. The flyover will be shown at the beginning of each of the summer libraary seminar series.  We welcome your comments.


Note that you can select to have it run at High Definition quality by clicking on the gear icon at the base of the video. You will then need to select 780p HD.

 

Click here to view the video.

 

 

 "Our Cape Cod Salt Marshes" by Dorothy Sterling

 

 In 1976, Dorothy Sterling, a Wellfleet resident and author, wrote a book titled "Our Cape Cod Salt Marshes" in cooperation with The Association to Preserve Cape Cod.  It's a wonderful history and description of our local marshes.

 

Click here to view a copy, or check it out in our Library.  Well worth reading.

 

 

Friends of Herring River Office

 

Friends of Herring River has an office on the corner of Route 6 and Old Kings Highway in South Welllfleet.  The office is open daily from 9 am to 1 pm and is used regularly by Friends' and the project team for meetings and conducting restoration business.  If we're there, drop in and see us. 

 

If you have questions please contact us at info@friendsofherringriver.org or call at 508 214 0656.

 

 

 

 

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